HI, We are the Foolish Couple

We are Entrepreneurs, Relationship Transformation Coaches, Entrepreneurial Mentors and Business consultants. We have over 25 years of entrepreneurial experience and over 15 years of corporate consulting experience.

More importantly, we’ve been together for over 29 years as life partners, business partners and intimate partners.

We strive to enrich your intimate relationships by focusing on your professional, personal, health, financial, recreational, and contribution goals. 

 
 
 
 

Minna Wong


MBA, Jack Canfield Certified Transformation Coach, Business Consultant, Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Co-Founder of the Foolish Academy

I was born and raised on a tiny island called Hong Kong. During my teen years, I watched my family go through political turmoil, and I and my family ended up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. As a teenager, I had to deal with various immigration challenges such as learning a new language, going to a new school, making new friends, and (coming from an all-girls school) the existence of boys at school. This is where I met Andrew, the love of my life, my best friend, my husband.

We stayed together while I attended one of the most intensive MBA programs during that time. I finished the 15-month intensive program and ultimately found my way into the corporate world, where I was involved with one of the most successful IPOs in history.

While working full time in the corporate world, we also found the time and energy to start mulitple business together.

As a serial entrepreneur, a corporate consultant, and a wife all at the same time, I gained valuable insights on how to balance my professional life with my personal life, how to prioritize my work and my business, and how to still enjoy a loving, fulfilling relationship with Andrew.

My email is minna@thefoolishcouple.com  

  

Andrew Nam

Serial Entrepreneur, Jack Canfield Transformation Coach, Precision Nutrition certified Health Coach, Co-founder of the Foolish Academy

I was born in a small village in Shatin, Hong Kong. When I was 3 years old, my family immigrated to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada looking for better opportunities. My father worked as a humble butcher in Chinatown and my mother was a housewife taking care of three kids. We had a simple life but I wanted more. At 13 years of age, I started working part-time through high school and then full-time through college.

I decided to drop out after the second year of college because I realized it was not providing me with what I wanted. So, with the help of Minna, my girlfriend at the time, I started my first business when I was only 20 years old, with no capital, no storefront, and minimum support from my friends and family.

My only constant, throughout my adult life, is my wife, Minna. Our loving relationship provides an anchor in my life, allowing me to pursue opportunities, take bigger risks, because I always have the support I needed from Minna. By having an ultimate loving relationship like ours, you will find that your health, your finances, your career, and your overall happiness will improve exponentially.

Since then, I have established multiple businesses in different industries. I understand how important it is to pursue your passion, and how to create synergy between your significant other and your business. andrew@thefoolishcouple.com

We’re often asked how we are able to live together, play together and work together, and yet still be so in love, so connected?

We met each other while we were teenagers. Early on, we decided that we had two life goals that we would achieve together:

    1. Spend as much quality time together as possible
    2. Do whatever it takes to achieve our ambitions and dreams

 That’s it.
Despite our modest family background and limited means, even when all we have is each other and nothing else, we know that we can achieve anything we want.  

Even if we don’t yet know how this will happen. 

We realized that working for someone else would not get us to where we wanted to be. When you work for someone else, you are helping them achieve their dreams and goals, not your own. We didn’t want someone else to control our future—we wanted to create our own.
   

So we started our own businesses. We started our first one, and then another. People called us Serial Entrepreneurs. Some were very successful. Others were epic failures. We learned from our failures and moved on.

The more experienced we became, the more we realized that we needed to learn continuously, vigorously. Formal education will make you a living, but it is Self Education that will make you a fortune.

To quote T. Robbins, “Success leaves clues.”  

We do not just learn from our own experiences; we also learn from other people’s successes and failures.

We feel that, at this point in life, it is time for us to open up about our journey: our successes and failures, our wins and losses.

This is why we decided to become Relationship transformation coaches. We are ready to become your mentors, coaches, guides, and friends, along the path to your success.    

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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